I think my opening comments will be basically what I said to the Security Council, so just to highlight, of course, that I have spent most of the time on the situation on the ground, with the escalation we are seeing there, and as I said a few
Let me start by saying a few things about the overall situation. As you all know, the situation for Syrians inside and outside the country continues to be extremely difficult. We have, since March 2020, we have had the ceasefire in place, we have front lines that have not shifted, but still, too
It is devastating that dozens died after a boat sank off the Syrian coast -men, women, children and the elderly among the victims.
The Secretary-General has released a study “on how to bolster efforts, including through existing measures and mechanisms, to clarify the fate and whereabouts of missing people in the Syrian Arab Republic, identify human remains and provide su
The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Mr. Geir O.
Today, the Eighth Session of the Syrian-led, Syrian-owned Constitutional Committee concluded in Geneva.
I just now came from a meeting with the His Excellency Foreign Minister Faisal Mikdad. We had a very good meeting. We discussed a range of issues related to the implementation of Security Council resolution 2254.
Thank you so much Joseph, Ministers, Excellencies, colleagues, and friends,
The Seventh Session of the Syrian Constitutional Committee concluded today in Geneva.
Let me start by emphasizing the obvious, and that is that Syria remains one of the gravest crises in the world and that there is a clear need for progress towards a political solution.